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A·ga·de

 (ə-gä′də)
See Akkad.
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Et il y a une deuxieme route qui passe (par avion) du Soudan vers Bamako ou il y a de fortes complicites locales ou on les fait remonter vers Agades ou ils sont pris charge par des groupes armes pour les faire remonter vers les frontieres algeriennes".
Today, in Niger's northern regional capital of Agades, almost everything in its shops--food, spare parts, mattresses, construction materials, even eggs and potatoes --comes from Algeria.
The festival started with the dances of the Tuareg people who arrived from Agades, the largest city in northern Niger.
Agades Royaume avec une ville de Royaume et ville de la meme nom dans la Nigritie Nigritie, tributaire du en Afrique tributaire du Royaume de Tombut.
Before he proceeds to celebrate the people in sequence that is reminiscent of the epic catalogue, Brathwaite announces the sectional theme: summon the emirs, kings of the desert horses caparisoned, beaten gold bent, Archers and criers, porcupine arrows, bows bent; recount now the gains and the losses; Agades, Sokoto, El Hassan dead in his tent, the silks and the brasses, the slow weary text ("Masks", 102).